Mental Health Resources for Your Family

In this time of COVID, many people we know are fighting weariness. In families, we acknowledge that not all relationships are easy to bear or understand, which makes staying home tougher.

Whether you want to broach mental health topics with your kids, or push for greater awareness among your peers, check out #StrongerWithFamily. This micro-site aggregates mental health resources from our digital platforms on issues from grief & trauma, to conversation starters to use with teens and tweens.

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14 Nov 2021
The changes in the transition to Secondary 1 cannot be separated from the wider changes associated with adolescence[, says Ms June Yong, family life specialist at Focus on the Family Singapore.]
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12 Nov 2021
"Most parents want their children to do well in life, and academic achievement is often seen as a proxy to that end,” says Alicia Boo, principal counsellor at Focus on the Family Singapore.
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07 Oct 2021
“Parents play a critical role in developing children’s mental and emotional wellbeing. If you notice something amiss, tune in closely and ask how they are doing,” says Susan Koh, a family life specialist
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03 Oct 2021
"Work to keep the family atmosphere a positive one so that everyone will enjoy the extended time together at home," [family life specialist Susan Koh] says
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20 Sep 2021
"Let your children know that their worth as a person far exceeds what a single examination can measure, and that you are behind them every step of the way," says Ms [June] Yong, a family life specialist at Focus on the Family Singapore
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18 Aug 2021
Mr Ee Jay Chong, family life specialist and cyber wellness expert...said, "Parents cannot make light of what can happen online. They are their children's first line of defence."
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07 Jul 2021
[Focus Singapore's R&D Head Elisa Ng said:] "filing for divorce last year, just after Covid-19 hit Singapore, would have further destabilised their lives."

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